After days of searching, police in Houston, Texas, tracked down a missing tiger.
I think the public thought it was easy to catch a tiger. “This was not the case at all,” licensed investigator Ron Burza said Saturday night (local time) in Houston.
The search began when a policeman saw the predator loose in his neighborhood last Sunday. According to police, the 26-year-old owner recovered the animal and ran away. Shortly thereafter he was arrested for other crimes. However, there was no trace of the nine-month-old tiger weighing about eighty kilograms.
Borza said that the authorities have received information that the owner’s wife wants to hand the animal over. The officer left it open exactly where the animal was for the past few days, while the woman knew it all those days.
Burza said the four-legged friend was in good condition and was moving to an animal shelter on a farm in Texas, “where we hope he will spend the rest of his life in a very safe environment,” adding that it is illegal to keep a tiger in the place. Texas.
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